The School Weekly - 16th April 2018

 LEARNING FORWARD
                                                                Globalization
Globalization is a process of interaction and integration among the people, companies, and governments of different nations, a process driven by international trade and investment and aided by information technology. This process has effects on the environment, on culture, on political systems, on economic development and prosperity, and on human physical well-being in societies around the world.
Globalization is not new, though. For thousands of years, people—and, later, corporations—have been buying from and selling to each other in lands at great distances, such as through the famed Silk Road across Central Asia that connected China and Europe during the Middle Ages. Likewise, for centuries, people and corporations have invested in enterprises in other countries. In fact, many of the features of the current wave of globalization are similar to those prevailing before the outbreak of the First World War in 1914.
Pro-Globalization: Major global corporations have improved economic status and stability for other countries while promoting an overall stronger globalized market. Globalization’s contributes to the world GDP. Academic globalization should be encouraged because an increased global intelligence is beneficial for the entire world. Globalization, particularly in sports, can promote a greater “global democracy” .Globalization has increased income in certain countries through industrialization and trade.
Anti-Globalization: Integrating markets has negatively affects U.S. Employment rates. Globalization cause a decline in global as opposed to regional business. Globalization has affected different social classes in both host and outsources countries. Globalization has helped the corporate elites to be more and more rich and wealthy. The poor continue to face poverty and exploitation. For the last three years, the World has been living with global economic recession. It has not been a democratic choice of the people of the world but has been the brain child of the rich and wealthy.-Kusum Sharma/Educator
                                                                    ALUMNI
[ED: Editor, SJ: Shefali Jain]
ED: Which was your batch year?
SJ: My batch year was 2012-2013
ED: Who were your batch mates?
SJ:: Shaily, Garima, Manisha, Rozee, Swabhi, Yogendra and Mayank were my batchmates.
ED: Did you participate in any activities?
SJ:: I participated in all the competitions and co-curricular activities that were organised in the school
ED: What are your qualifications?
SJ::  I have done my B.Com. and am doing internship from The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, New Delhi.
ED: What message would you like to give to the students?
SJ:: Students should be confident and never loose hope and always try to work hard. They should participate in other activities too.
ED: What are your memories of the School?
SJ:: I miss my school a lot. I remember all the days that I spent here. I can never forget the days when I was selected to go for an Exchange Program to Loomis Chaffee, US. and stayed there for six months.
                                                                   STAFF

EDUCATOR THIS WEEK: Mrs. Jigyasa Gurjar/ Educator was selected as Educator This Week for her engaging personality and good communication skills. 
                                                         PARENT THIS WEEK
Ms. Chanchal Rajpurohit M/O Krithika and Prasenjit Rajpurohit was selected as Parent This Week. She addressed the Assembly. She shared that, "Time is the most valuable coin in your life. You and you alone will determine how that coin will be spent. Be careful that you do not let other people spend it for you."
[ED: Editor, CR: Chanchal Rajpurohit]
ED: What do you do?
CR: I am a housewife.
ED: How many of your wards are studying here?
CR:: 2 wards. Krithika in Class VIII and Prasenjit in Class V.
ED: Have you achieved your goal?
CR:No, I have not achieved my goal. 
ED: What do you expect your children to do?
CR: I want them to become good person and do well in their studies.
ED: What message would you like to give to the students?
CR:Do well in their studies and speak in English.
ED: How did you like visiting the school?
CR: Yes, of course I loved visiting the school..
NEWS & EVENTS
STUDENT THIS WEEK: Kartik Sandhu/VI A was selected as the Student this Week for he has a deep sense of respect for Society and Culture. He motivated the students by telling them that our teachers want us to be good citizens so,we should listen to them because they know better than us what is good for us. He said that Humanity is above all for a good student.He thanked all for giving him this honour.
Girls Education
Today we live in modern age. Education is very useful for every child, it makes our life. Education is most valuable gift to a child. Now people have understood the importance of girl education. Our country has agreed to this idea. There are many benefits of girl education. Education gives us knowledge which has changed the world history since ancient time. By female infanticide our people realized that they had lost many intelligent girls. The present age can be also called as the girl's age. A mother gives us birth and a teacher gives us worth & makes us perfect. To educate a girl is a great service to mankind. 
My ambition is to become an ideal teacher. I thank my teacher who has made me perfect. I thank my parents for giving me life, the best gift for me in my life which every mother gives to her daughter.

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